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New Bajaj Pulsar N160 launched at Rs 1.23 lakh | Autocar India

Written by Ravi Kapoor

The brand new Pulsar N160 is obtainable in two variants – single channel ABS and twin channel ABS.

Bajaj has lastly launched the Pulsar N160 at Rs 1.23 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), after it has been spied testing a number of instances prior to now few months. This new Pulsar mannequin is obtainable in two variants – single channel ABS and twin channel ABS (Rs 1.28 lakh), and it rivals the likes of the Yamaha FZ, TVS Apache RTR 160 4V and Suzuki Gixxer.

New Bajaj Pulsar N160: styling and options

Design-wise, the Pulsar N160 is near-identical to the bigger Pulsar N250. The brand new mannequin sports activities the identical single LED projector headlamp – flanked by slim LED Daytime Working Lamps on both aspect – gas tank, tank extensions, cut up seats, alloy wheels and tail-lights because the Pulsar N250. The Pulsar N160, nonetheless, will get an underbelly exhaust rather than the side-slung unit on the Pulsar N250.

When it comes to colors, the only channel ABS model will get Carribean Blue, Racing Purple and Techno Gray choices whereas the twin channel ABS model – a section first – is obtainable solely within the Brooklyn Black shade. 

The Pulsar N160 is supplied with a USB charging port, a 14-litre gas tank and a digi-analogue instrument cluster that shows the gear place, clock, gas financial system and vary. 

New Bajaj Pulsar N160: engine and gearbox particulars

The brand new Pulsar N160 is powered by a brand new 164.82cc, 2-valve, oil-cooled, single cylinder engine that produces 16hp at 8,750rpm and 14.65Nm at 6,750rpm, sending energy by a 5-speed gearbox. The brand new Pulsar N160 places out 1.2hp lower than the Pulsar NS160’s 160cc, four valve engine, however it’s on par by way of torque.

New Bajaj Pulsar N160: underpinnings

When it comes to suspension, Bajaj has given the Pulsar N160 a 37mm telescopic fork up entrance and a mono shock on the rear. The bike runs on 17-inch wheels with a 100/80-17 entrance tyre and a 130/70-17 rear tyre. Braking is dealt with by a 300mm entrance disc on the dual-channel ABS model and a 280mm entrance disc on the only channel model – each get a 230mm rear disc. The one channel model suggestions the scales at 152kg and the twin channel model weighs 154kg. 

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